The Conservation Story of the Kenya Black Leopard

Nature Conservancy - Science

The first scientific confirmation of a black leopard in Kenya is a story of conservation, community and coexistence. From the Field Wildlife Camera Traps Conservation Science Mammal Watching

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Can Drones Help Stop the Spread of Kenya’s Invasive Cactus?

Nature Conservancy - Science

Can Kenya’s invasive cactus be stopped? Some call it a green hell. From the Field Nature Tech Invasive Species Robots, Drones & Infrared TNC Science

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Israeli Business Boosts Agriculture in Kenya

Green Prophet

Gilad Millo, head of business development at Amiran Kenya and former Israeli diplomat, seeks to make farming attractive to Kenyan youth by proving it can be a profitable, professional business. According to Millo, today the average smallholder farmer in Kenya is over 45. “We

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Obamacare for Kenya: Someone tell CNN.

Elephant Journal

Arts & Culture Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) #someonetellCNN GDP Hotbed of Terror Kenya Obama Sousse tourism Tunisian attack Uhuru KenyattaOne must hope that the mending of potholes literal and symbolic can continue well into the future.

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Chinese investors to build a mini Dubai in Kenya

Green Prophet

There are a lot of Chinese in Kenya. Under dubious terms, China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) won tender to build a super port in a UNESCO-protected island on Kenya’s upper east coast. Cities Chinese developers Dubai Kenya neocolonialism urban planning

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Camera Trap Chronicles: The Mathews Mountains of Kenya

Nature Conservancy - Science

Spotted hyenas were among the many species recorded by camera traps during an expedition to the Mathews Mountains of Kenya. In 2010, I led an expedition to survey the biodiversity and forest use of the Mathews Mountains in northern Kenya (part of the Northern Rangelands Trust).

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Flamingo Deaths in Kenya

Eco Friendly Daily

Flamingos in Kenya are dying in Kenya. Flamingos are what draws many tourists to Kenya and if their numbers drop, then the economy will also suffer. Source: Environmental News Network, Rains May be to Blame for Kenya Flamingos Deaths , by Reuters, January 5.

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Ali Barbour Cave Restaurant in Kenya Offers Flintstone Fine Dining

Green Prophet

Thought to be up to 180,000 years old, Ali Barbour Cave Restaurant is a multi-chamber coral cave in Kenya’s Diani Beach. Travel & Nature Ali Barbour Cave Restaurant cave food Kenya nature travel

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Steering a New Course for Kenya’s Fisheries

Nature Conservancy - Science

Separated from the main land by a narrow channel and protected from the vast Indian Ocean by a series of long coral reefs, the Lamu archipelago along Kenya’s northern coast boasts an impressive diversity of ecosystems and marine life. FishPath in Kenya. At Work in Kenya.

Water Funds Help Quench Kenya’s Thirst

Conservancy Talk

Kenya’s Upper Tana Watershed is feeling the pressure. The Nature Conservancy is working hard in Kenya to develop a water fund to help address some of these problems. My family has a long history in Kenya, with my great grandparents on my mum’s side arriving there in the early 1900s.

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Ivory’s Dark Connection to Kenya’s Garissa Massacre.

Elephant Journal

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Molecular Science Meets Muddy Boots Ecology in Kenya

Nature Conservancy - Science

My goal is to do research that has real-world conservation impacts,” says Kartzinel, who is using DNA to re-create and visualize detailed food webs that show what animals in and around Kenya’s Mpala Research Station are eating. “It’s Meet the NatureNet Science Fellows: Tyler Kartzinel.

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Pride of Lions Found Poisoned In Kenya

Eccorazzi

Three Maasai herdsmen have been charged after eight lions were treated for poisoning in Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. The lions, who were poisoned after eating the carcass of a Read More The post Pride of Lions Found Poisoned In Kenya appeared first on Ecorazzi.

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Kenya Microchipping Rhinos to Battle Poaching

Eccorazzi

Read More The post Kenya Microchipping Rhinos to Battle Poaching appeared first on Ecorazzi. The country will microchip over 1,000 rhinos to help prevent poaching and prosecute poachers. Animals Causes News Top News

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Pesticide Reducing Lion Numbers In Kenya

Eco Friendly Daily

Lions in Kenya are facing declining numbers from drought and poisonings. Herdsmen in Kenya are also known for killing lions in order to stop them from killing their livestock. The lions, numbering around 2,000, have declined by 700 in the last six years.

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Demonstration In Kenya To Highlight Poaching Plight

Eco Friendly Daily

A recent demonstration in Kenya looked to highlight the plight of elephants and the need to end ivory trade. Kenya is home to the Samburu National Reserve, which many elephants have been able to seek shelter from poaching.

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Nets Destroying Ecosystems In Kenya

Eco Friendly Daily

In 2003, the United States began a project meant to help coastal communities in Kenya out of poverty through USAID. The plan was to provide local fishermen with nets, freezers, boats and the like.

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Measuring Conservation Impact on Human Well-being in Kenya’s Rangelands

Nature Conservancy - Science

This is especially true in semi-arid grasslands of northern Kenya, where The Nature Conservancy is working in partnership with the Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) , an umbrella organization that supports the creation and development of community conservancies.

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How To Make Meaning in a World Where Paris (and 9/11, Beirut and Kenya) Can Happen at Any Moment.

Elephant Journal

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Drought and starvation at the Horn of African and Kenya

Green (Living) Review

By Michael Smith (Veshengro) It is utterly amazing how the people of Somalia and Kenya are starving while Kenya, for instance, grows French Beans for export to the European Markets; a thirsty crop which the natives do not eat. It is not part of Kenyan cuisine. Those beans are only grown for export to Europe. But there is, apparently, a drought.

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Solar powered phones improving Kenya's communication links

EcoFriend

Christina Pinto: Alago Alba, living in a marginalized village in the North Eastern region of Kenya, provided for her family by turning to renewable energy. solar powered phones in Kenya. Reasonably, solar power is an opportune and attractive proposition to secure Kenya’s future.

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Kenya’s Biggest Geothermal Project Planned: 280 MW

Green Living Ideas

For a country which can only supply electricity to about 10 percent of its citizens, Kenya has been able to do rather well as far as using renewable energy for its power. Some 90 percent of Kenya’s electricity is produced with hydroelectric dams, which are susceptible to droughts, and its current geothermal plants only produce [.] [ Kenya’s Biggest Geothermal Project Planned: 280 MW from Green Living Ideas ].

Kenya Turning Green With New Trees

Eco Friendly Daily

Nope, it comes from Kenya, a place that has some of the highest poverty levels on the planet. As part of this, Kenya has pledged to plant 5,000 trees in the Karua Forest to fight climate change, promote carbon reduction and to clean up the Karura River, which has suffered in recent years.

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Drew Barrymore Brings Water and Education to Kenya

Eccorazzi

In 2009, Barrymore, 36, founded the Drew Barrymore Education Foundation helping to bring clean water and access to education for two communities in Kenya. I wanted to learn more about why [these kids in Kenya] were so passionate, walking so far and overfilling their classrooms.&#.

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WIN AN ECO-SAFARI IN KENYA WITH AVERY® BLOCKOUT SHIPPING LABELS

Green (Living) Review

Avery is giving you the once in a lifetime opportunity to ship yourself off to Kenya and go on an amazing Eco-Safari holiday. The grand prize is a trip to Kenya where you’ll also get to see some of the trees being planted as part of the Avery ‘Help Plant a 100,000 New Trees’ campaign.

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How to Always Get What You Want. ~ Kenya Braiding

Elephant Journal

When I think about my feeling of "I want", I feel it as a desire to grasp something. We are constantly reaching out, constantly grasping for something to hold on to that will fill us up and make us feel complete, if only for a moment. Blog (always click 4 all blogs) Non-New-Agey Spirituality (Religion, Philosophy) content desire happiness longing wanting

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Eddie Game: Why Tanzania is Wrong to Pursue ‘Fortress Conservation’ with the Maasai

Nature Conservancy - Science

” While Maasai grazing practices have reduced long-lived grass species prevalence in Tanzania in favor of seasonal species with deleterious effects for wildlife, Game says northern Kenya provides a shining example of “how pastoral livelihoods and wildlife conservation can be compatible.”

Sex and the City Star Kristin Davis Witnesses Food Crisis in Kenya

Eccorazzi

Sex and the City star Kristin Davis has been busy traveling with Oxfam to learn more about the food crisis happening in Kenya. Davis, who has been visiting with refugees in the Dadaab camp in Kenya, said she was shocked to see what the people fleeing from drought and war are experiencing.

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KnowYourPlanet attempts to turn Kenya towards solar power in a profitable fashion

EcoFriend

KnowYourPLanet went to Kenya trying to overcome both. Building a solar cottage industry in Kenya. The main intention of KnowYourPLanet and a team led by Mark Kragh before they left for Kenya was to make 100 solar powered phone chargers during their stint.

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Africa’s largest wind farm to come up in North Kenya

EcoFriend

Pratima Kalra: An arid area in north Kenya is soon going to feature Africa’s largest wind farm. Kenya to build Africa’s largest wind farm. The project is to be set up near Lake Turkana, the world’s largest permanent desert lake. Approximately 365 wind turbines are to be set up on sight.

Making the Right to Clean Water a Reality in East Africa.

Elephant Journal

In Kenya, with a population of 45 million, 17.5 Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Equal Rights Green WAYLON: Today Only basic human right clean water East Africa Kenya Susteq unreasonable institutemillion lack access to safe water.

New Year’s resolutions for green travelers

Green Traveler Guides

Africa Alaska Australia Chile Costa Rica Croatia Europe Kenya Masai Mara North America Osa Peninsula Peru South America Sweden United States Croatia truffles Great Ocean Road Green Travel News Kenai Fjords Masai Kuku Group Ranch Reuters River Klaralven Tambopata Torres del Paine PatagoniaTis the season for looking ahead to 2013. Here are eight New Year's resolutions to enrich and broaden the horizons of any green traveler.

Baby Elephant Rescued from a Well. {Happy Tears Video}

Elephant Journal

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Lions on the loose – the cost of humans on animal habitats

Green Prophet

A prime example of human encroachment is occurring in Kenya, where human development activities are threatening natural habitats of many animal species, including lions. Photo of lion near Nairobi Kenya by the BBC/AFP. Cities East Africa Kenya lions

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Gratitude leads to Openheartedness.

Elephant Journal

Family, Youth, Enlightened Education Green Love & Relationships (see below for Sexy) Non-New-Agey Spirituality (Religion, Philosophy) giving gratitude Kibera Nairobi Kenya volunteer work widow An open heart fosters gratitude, which in turn, produces joy.

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Meet Coach Cass, the Millennial Face of African travel

Eco Chic

Now, almost six years later, her tour business has grown to include several more destinations: Morocco, Zambia,Tanzania, and Kenya, to name only a few. . Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Ghana, and Ethiopia.

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Time Poverty As a New Metric for Conservation: A Q&A With Yuta Masuda

Nature Conservancy - Science

Samburu women collect water from a well built by Northern Rangelands Trust and The Nature Conservancy in Northern Kenya. For example, in the Upper Tana Water Fund Project in Kenya, we have lots of small landholder farmers.

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This Week in Bird(ing) News: Orange Is the New Beak, and a Dead Parrot (No Joke!)

10,000 Birds

Planning on birding Kenya? News Bell Miner Birds Eurasian Blackbird kenya Zebra Finches If you’ve got some downtime between barbecues and fireworks (or, outside of the U.S., obsessing over World Cup matches), here’s some bird news to peruse: Loss of suitable habitat , instead of insecticides, seems to be the culprit in declining numbers of grassland birds. Know what else kills grassland birds? Ill-timed mowing … which a petition aims to stop in New York’s Hudson Valley.

Conservation Next? Getting Real about Rural Stewardship

Nature Conservancy - Science

Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Laikipia District, Kenya — a place with an active ranch and wildlife on the same property. Endangered Grevy’s Zebra, Lewa Conservancy, Isiolo District, Kenya.

Kenyan Court Denies Petition Against Forced Anal Exams.

Elephant Journal

Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Equal Rights Africa anal exam eqaul rights gay men homosexuality illegal to be gay Kenya mombasaIn other parts of the world, human beings are still being punished legally because of their sexual orientation.

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For Some Elephants, an Uncertain — But Not Stressful — Future

Nature Conservancy - Science

While collecting dung samples from wild elephants is somewhat dangerous and far from glamorous ( see video ), the work has been providing useful insight into whether elephant populations in Kenya could live in proximity to people and livestock without stress.

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Mobile Text Surveys: A Smarter Way to Measure Conservation’s Impacts on People?

Nature Conservancy - Science

In Kenya, it’s 89%, Mexico 82%, and China 80% (World Bank 2012).SMS How it Works: The Mobile Data Collection Pilot in Northern Kenya. Kenya is a nearly ideal place to test the mobile data-collection approach. A Samburu woman checks her cell phone.

Humans of Humanity: Humans of New York Photographer Goes on World Tour. {Photos}

Elephant Journal

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